Boost Your Online Security with Authy

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When the Heartbleed security exploit came to light last year, I realised just how terrible my password management was. I frequently used the same passwords, kept many for a long period of time, they were often easily to break and I was only using single factor authentication. All these factors combined meant that if anyone […]

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The .99¢ Easter Social Media Kit

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At the start of the month, ChurchMag Press offered the Easter Social Media Kit to help churches jumpstart their Easter Sunday social media drive. After all, Easter is the Superbowl Sunday of church Sundays. Now with Easter less than two weeks away, it’s more important now more than ever that you supercharge your church social media accounts and activate your […]

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3-Tips to Help Senior Pastors with Technology

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Earlier this month, US Senator Linsey Graham revealed that he’s never sent an email. He later implied that he chooses not to use email because he doesn’t want to have the ability to immediately say what he’s thinking. While that’s not a bad philosophy to have, that can’t be his real reason. Even if it […]

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By The Numbers [eBook Release]

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Helping a church create a digital presence strategy started the same basic way every time I went about it. Generally I would meet with the senior pastor and the person who would run the account. Before I had met with them, I would have send an email before hand of an assessment of what they […]

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Parents Rejoice! Google Releases YouTube Kids

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YouTube can be a pretty incredibly tool for parents. Access to a wide range of children’s programs as well as educational content can help really open up a kids world and provide them with not only entertainment but also education. The only issues is that not everything on YouTube is something you want your kids […]

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4 Foolproof Ways to Alienate Visitors to Your Website

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It happened again today and it wasn’t the first time. On Twitter, I came across a link to an article called ’10 Foolproof Ways to Alienate Visitors to your Church’. It’s a tongue-in-cheek article about making people feel welcome in church. At least, that’s what I think it was. You see, I never quite made to […]

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